Faith was sitting on the veranda and reading a newspaper.She didn\'t notice a guy who slowly approached her from behind and suddenly grabbed her hand.
“I was on this ‘must face my fears’ kick, like a self-improvement phase of my life,” Wali says, “and so I literally Googled, ‘good places to try stand-up comedy in the Bay Area for the first time.’ The first thing that popped up was the Brain Wash Cafe.” She hit the laundromat/performing venue (armed with three minutes’ worth of “some jokes that weren’t funny”), where she met Oakland comedian Stroy Moyd.
He invited Wali to perform at his upcoming comedy showcase. “And at the time, I didn’t even have 10 seconds’ worth of good material.” She hustled to as many open mics as she could in that month, making jokes and making contacts.
Now, she hosts her own monthly comedy showcase at Blondie’s every fourth Monday of the month.
Although many of the Desi Comedy Festival’s performers are traveling from abroad — including headliners Shazia Mirza, Sundeep Rao and Vasu Primlani — Wali was raised in Orange County, which gives her an interesting perspective on South Asian and American cultures.
Pleasure turned in astonishment and then in fear, when his thick finger popped her cherry, but his strong hands didn\'t let her go until he has fully enjoyed her gorgeous flesh!